Introducing the PrinceofNothingPresents No-Artpunk Contest!


Should be playing D&D instead
Borshak's Lair is great, too. There is a re-edited version floating around (along with the other Dungeoneer modules), with layout redone by none else but Kent.
Whaaaaa link us Gabor! We were just discussing his blog, Prince said his worldbuilding was very nerd dream stuff.

From my quick glance it I saw campaign materials from Tolkien what if other realm stuff, looked wild.


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A cruel person would start buying Bryce the Dungeon issues after 150.

Seriously though, I wish he had got to #152, I would have liked to see his take on "The Last Breaths of Ashenport". It was also adapted to 4e in Dungeon 156. Wizards has a free version on line, although at the time I am posting the site appears to be down for maintenance.
Sorry again, @bryce0lynch. It may be that the reason I liked the 4e version was at least in part because of the art. None of these were in the 3e version:
The bottom two monsters are mezzodaemons, BTW.



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I like it! Lights and darks. Composition is good and not too character focused.